After yet another exchange about some harm & offense brought on by my fellow reformed brethren, I wanted to share my heart with them. This is not a bash post. This is a heart plea from one reformed brethren to another.
What started in Amos the Spirit led me to the Gospel of John to teach a much greater lesson. Something that is often overlooked in the reasons for why Jesus came but is oh so pivotal for the shaping of our life in Christ. Hear what Jesus said and its implications.
For about a little more than a week now I’ve been reading through Amos for my morning devo with Jesus. Today I was reading through chapter 5 and I got hit with how some of the points in vv10-24 are similar of the Church’s past and applicable for the Church today.
Many Christians give many reasons why they aren't engaged in carrying out the Great Commission. In this final blog of this 4-part series, I address the most common reasons why most Christians don't make disciples and why some of those reasons are lame, irresponsible, disobedient, and dangerous.
The Bible teaches many things about discipleship. But if we had to sum it up, what would that look like? In this second blog, I'm going briefly and broadly show the four sides that frame what the Bible teaches about discipleship.
"A God-centered worldview brings every issue, question, and cultural concern into submission to all that the Bible reveals, and frames all understanding within the ultimate purpose of bringing greater glory to God." -Albert Mohler